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Posts Tagged ‘fuel economy standards’

0 Dec 2 2012 @ 10:50am by Matt Smith in Blog, Capital Markets, Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, risk management

Burrito bites

Hola! As we move into December, Commodityland™ has spent the last week mentally preparing itself for a monstrously big month ahead. Oil has has been edging higher on a spattering of geopolitical tension, alrightish economic data, and developments on the fiscal cliff front. As for natty, it has seen its biggest weekly loss in six months on a surprise injection for weekly storage and a lack of inclement weather on the outlooks to mid-December. As we ready ourselves for a nutty week ahead, here’s some snacks for sustenance:  » read more

0 Jan 6 2012 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Global Energy, Natural Gas, risk management

America is Great, Energy-related and Otherwise

I have tirelessly spent the last week or so trying not to write a post which either a) reflects on last year or b) provides some sort of outlook for 2012. This has left me considering the here and now, and the USA.  

Swinging the spotlight back onto energy (as is inevitable here on the burrito), I realized there is a lot to be thankful for in the US. Despite some obvious shortfalls in the energy landscape (reliance on fossil fuels, foreign energy dependence, etc) I believe the US is moving in the right direction. So henceforth I present some random points as to why the US is great, from both an energy perspective, and from the perspective of a Brit.  

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0 Aug 10 2011 @ 10:12am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, energy consulting, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Technology

The Eric Bickel Triple

My esteemed colleague, Eric Bickel Esq., has written a trilogy of posts for Summit Energy’s blog The Water Cooler based on the flurry of energy policy initiatives announced this summer. 

The policy initiatives are fairly in-depth and complicated (well, I think they are), but Eric presents them in a straightforward and engaging way. Please check them out:

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